This DIY Miniature Pinatas tutorial shows you how make a homemade pinata! You will love this fun craft and these DIY Miniature Pinatas make the perfect party decor for any event. You can make pinatas in any colors to match you party decorations. I saw this tutorial from Tanya Memme on the Home & Family, which airs weekdays at 10 am ET/PT on the Hallmark Channel. I was given permission to share these instructions on how to make a pinata with you here.
How To Make A Pinata From A Cereal Box:
Photo Copyright 2015 Crown Media Family Networks/Photographer: Jeremy Lee
Making your own pinata is surprising easy and fun. Besides making great party decor, they are also fun diy gifts.
DIY Miniature Pinata Supplies:
- Cereal box or cardboard
- Tissue Paper
- Candy and confetti
- Hot glue gun
How To Make A DIY Pinata Mini
Take an old cardboard box and cut out the template for the shape you want to make. In this case we made a mini pinata donkey. Trace the template and cut out a second. So at this point we had two mini donkeys traced and cut out of our cereal boxes. You could do any shape though for you diy miniature pinatas.
Cut out one long strip of cardboard 1 1/2″ in width, the same length as the circumference of the shape.
Tip: measure with guiding a string around the circumference of the pinata shape.
Then tape it all along the shape of the template.
In the second template, cut a rectangle on the side. Then tape to the other side.
Then fill with candy, or money, or confetti.
Tie a draw string around the piece you just cut out and lightly glue in place.
Take strips of tissue paper fringe, (made by cutting strips of tissue paper then cutting fringe along one side) and glue in strips all around the body covering the body of the pinata.
Add scrunched fringe all along the top to give it a finished look.
Use hot glue gun to attach string so you can hang the pinata.
Want to see any of these steps? You can watch the clip below:
Do you think you will make your own mini pinatas with this tutorial? I’d love to see how they came out. Share your pics @familyfocusblog!